South China Chapter

The South China Chapter was established in June 2006, first in Guangzhou and a year later in Shenzhen. Until now the South China Chapter has approximately 300 members constituting mainly European companies spanning across various industries including electronics and telecommunications, machinery and equipment, automotive components, household electrical appliances, logistics, healthcare, trading activities, financial, legal and tax services.

The South China Chapter is operating under the supervision of seven local board members and organizes regular meetings with government officials at provincial and municipal levels.

Guangzhou Office


Guangzhou office was set up in June 2006. It connects our members closely, schedules meetings for information sharing and meetings with the municipal government and provincial levels.

Guangzhou location & staff contacts

Shenzhen Office


Shenzhen office was set up in November 2007. It connects our members closely, schedules meetings for information sharing and meetings with government of city and provincial levels.

Shenzhen location & staff contacts

Upcoming Events

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2017 Dongguan & Shenzhen Managers' Networking Dinner

Accounting Health Check: How to Mitigate the Risk of Fraud in China Business

2017 China (Guangdong) - Europe Investment and Innovation Cooperation Conference

Changes to Customs Reporting on Price and Royalty: Challenges or opportunities?

Latest local News


The 4th EUROpean Chamber Cup Football Tournament

On 6th June 2015, the final competition of 4th EUROpean Chamber Cup Football Tournament took place in Shekou Soccer World and it turned out a great success.

Working Level Meeting with Guangzhou Municipal Local Taxation Bureau

South China Chapter Board Election Results

Euro Depreciation and How It Affects Manufacturing Industry

Working level meeting with Macao Environmental Protection Bureau